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Here's something that's actually nostalgic by now: the 2 part episode on TV shows. Trek fans know those all too well, with classic 2 part or even 3 part episode arcs that became memorable and epic cliffhangers, like the beloved The Best of Both Worlds from TNG. As for myself, I grew up with the Justice League cartoon, and all of its episodes on the first 2 seasons were two-parter or three-parter. I loved being glued to the TV as a young boy when the JL heroes got stranded in a bad situation at the end of a Part 1, and then the situation being resolved on the Part 2.
Is television scores really worth the investment? I mean, the only really good music in classic TV was the theme songs. And in today's prime-time television scene, is scoring a TV show really worth investment? Sometimes is awfully cheesy while other times, it helps. But it's too little and far between of the later. What do you guys think? Also, Do you think JW would score a good adventurous/sci-fi television show on prime time?
At last! Hopefully if this sells well enough, a proper release of Avatar: The Last Airbender will follow suit. http://blogs.wsj.com/speakeasy/2013/06/13/listen-to-an-exclusive-music-track-from-the-legend-of-korra/?mod=google_news_blog Track List: 1. Prologue 2. Air Tight 3. In a Box 4. An Impossible Crime 5. Being Patient / Beifong’s Sacrifice 6. Asami and Mako Dine 7. On the Lam 8. Hittin’ on All Sixes 9. Good Ol’ Days 10. Before 11. Fresh Air 12. Korra Confronts Tarrlok 13. Squeaky Rags 14. Amon 15. Chi Blockers 16. A Peaceful Place 17. Left My Heart in Republic City 18. Firebending Trai